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Chris Rogers reached his 50 despite the Australian collapse around him

EXCLUSIVE COLUMN: The best batsmen hold their position and don’t jab at the ball after it has moved

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Opener may be on last chance in next Test while spinner’s batting cannot disguise costly bowling

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Richard Levi, Rob Keogh and Ben Duckett fell

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Jos Buttler is keeping wicket superbly in this series but he has to rediscover his batting form by sticking to his guns and playing his natural game

Ian Bell is our most experienced batsman and moving him up a place in the order has completely changed his mentality

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Michael Clarke, right, and David Warner feel the pressure at Edgbaston

The Calvin Report: A woefully out-of-form Michael Clarke embodies his team's fragile campaign

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Jimmy Anderson, centre, was back on form at Edgbaston but now England must learn to live without their talisman

In seven matches this year Alastair Cook's team have won one then lost the next – an unprecedented sequence which they must now consign to history at Trent Bridge

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Steven Finn successfully appeals for a wicket on day two

Exclusive: The bowler once branded 'unselectable' was Man of the Match as England beat Australia in the third Test

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James Anderson will miss the Fourth Test and could be out of action for up to six weeks

Liam Plunkett and the uncapped Mark Footitt are named in a 14-man squad for this week's Fourth Test at Trent Bridge

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Steve Finn appeals for a wicket at Edgbaston

Fast bowler's career looked to be hanging in balance but help from the likes of Ohuruogu's running guru has seen him revitalised at the perfect time

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Ian Bell salutes the crowd at Edgbaston yesterday after hitting his second half century of the match

He advances to Trent Bridge next week almost as undroppable as Alastair Cook and Joe Root, a cornerstone of England's new thinking

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Adam Lyth's poor Test form continued at Edgbaston

Outside Edge: The diary of a cricket obsessive

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Mitchell Starc celebrates taking the wicket of Joe Root

The Aussie Angle: The loss-win-loss sequence means the Australians are due a win at Trent Bridge

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The Warwickshire batsman Bell made 53 and an unbeaten 65

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Mitchell Johnson pictured on the third day

Australian bowler wasn't afraid to give a bit back

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Joe Root and Ian Bell celebrate after adding the winning runs for England on the third day

England were set a target of 121 to win the Third Test

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Alastair Cook bats for England during the Third Test

Australia 136 & 265, England 281 & 4-0

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Video: The legendary spin bowler took to the Sky Sports 'Ashes Zone' to show his countrymen how to do it

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James Anderson will miss the Fourth Test

Anderson will be assessed ahead of the Fifth Test on 20 August

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England vs Australia Ashes Third Test day three live

Follow over-by-over coverage of the Third Test between England and Australia on day three

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England players celebrate with Steve Finn (without cap) after his wicket of Steve Smith

Australia (136 & 168/7) lead England (281) by 23 runs

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An analyst prepares a sample for testing in the anti-doping laboratory which tested athlete's samples from the London 2012 Games
AthleticsLATESTLeak reportedly suggests more than a third of world's fastest times in endurance events were by athletes with suspicious test results
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UFCREPORTIt's not a good idea to give Ronda Rousey extra motivation
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James Anderson will miss the Fourth Test and could be out of action for up to six weeks
the ashesPREVIEW Plunkett and the uncapped Footitt named in 14-man squad for this week's Fourth Test
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Steven Finn successfully appeals for a wicket on day two
EXCLUSIVE The bowler once branded 'unselectable' was Man of the Match as England beat Australia in the third Test
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Jos Buttler is keeping wicket superbly in this series but he has to rediscover his batting form by sticking to his guns and playing his natural game
COMMENT Ian Bell is our most experienced batsman and moving him up a place in the order has completely changed his mentality, says Matt Prior
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Michael Clarke, right, and David Warner feel the pressure at Edgbaston
COMMENTMichael Calvin: A woefully out-of-form Michael Clarke embodies his team's campaign
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The Bird’s Nest stadium in Beijing could have the unusual honour of hosting the opening ceremony at both the summer and winter Olympics
winter olympicsThe Chinese capital beat Almaty, the financial capital of Kazakhstan, to the honour
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Richie Myler and his wife, television presenter Helen Skelton, are heading to France, where he will play for Catalan Dragons
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FootballLiverpool, Arsenal and Spurs feature heavily
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Manchester City fan Mark Pinder has had a tattoo done of United's badge after raising money for his sick son Kirk
At least it was all in the aid of a good cause
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Chung Mong-joon reneged on a promise to vote for England as hosts of the 2018 World Cup
Chung was on the executive committee that voted for Qatar and Russia as World Cup hosts
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West Ham manager makes controversial claim that offenders are 'just attention-seekers'
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Paulao is shown a red card, much to his bemusement
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